'To All the Boys' Star Noah Centineo Is Unrecognisable After 'Black Adam' Transformation

Rianne Houghton
·2-min read

Noah Centineo is best known by many as To All the Boys heartthrob Peter Kavinsky, but the actor has undergone quite the transformation for his next movie.

Noah, who will star alongside Dwayne Johnson in Worlds of DC's Black Adam, has been working hard in the gym and "smashing superhero training" of late – and new photos reveal just how intense that training can be. The Rock, eat your heart out.

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Sharing a series of images taken by trainer Kirk Myers on Instagram, Noah proudly declared the photos of his results a "thirst trap", giving fans a sneak peek at how we can expect his Atom Smasher to look at the same time.

Noah's casting was confirmed last year, when DC announced that Black Adam's long-time friend Atom Smasher – aka Albert Rothstein – would be making his cinematic debut.

The character, who previously made a live-action appearance in an episode of The CW's The Flash, is known for his power of super-strength and his ability to shrink and grow at will, kind of like Marvel's Ant-Man.

Photo credit: DC Comics
Photo credit: DC Comics

Black Adam – which will no longer premiere this year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic – has yet to start filming, but the movie did recently announce the involvement of Pierce Brosnan. The James Bond actor is set to star as Kent Nelson, also known as Dr Fate, one of DC's first ever characters.

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